Gabriel Garcia Marquez is considered as one of the greatest postmodern writers who has inspired innumerable authors throughout the world. His peculiar utilization of postmodern elements has been subject of investigation in the study with critical emphasis on: fragmentation, lack of identity and juxtaposition of two disparate cultures. Theories for the present study is a combination of Nunberg (1990) and Briscoe (1995). Employing descriptive analytical method, three aforementioned elements dabbled in previous are discussed and arrayed by explanation and instances from the text. The results reveals that particular use of such elements in the text with its extraordinary intercommunication with other postmodern elements play a significant role on worldwide éclat of One Hundred Years of Solitude.